The Palestinians should have a sovereign state and freedom of movement. They must be allowed to live in peace with all their neighbors in the regionAbbas rejects 'temporary' Palestine state Mar 05, 2011
I saw them jumping like children, with an infinite joy. They moved their arms, they turned on their flashlightsTrapped miners sing national anthem Aug 24, 2010
You are not the same and the country is not the same after this. You were an inspiration. Go hug your wife and your daughterTough tasks ahead after 33 miners' rescue Oct 14, 2010
Spain is the second-largest foreign investor in our country after the United StatesChilean president asks Spain to invest Mar 09, 2011
The government has resolved to help those affected, especially those living in LonquimayChilean snowstorms challenge Pinera Aug 08, 2011
Miguel Juan Sebastián Piñera Echenique (Spanish pronunciation: ; born December 1, 1949) is a Chilean investor and politician. He was elected President of Chile in January 2010, taking office in March 2010.
One year after his birth, Piñera's family moved abroad to Belgium and later to New York City where his father was the Chilean ambassador to the United Nations. Piñera returned to Chile in 1955 and was enrolled in the Colegio del Verbo Divino ("Divine Word College"), from which he graduated in 1967.
Piñera then matriculated at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile to undertake his undergraduate degree in Business and Administration, from which he graduated in 1971. Upon graduation, he was awarded the Raúl Iver Oxley Prize which is given to the best overall student of each class.